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Solar Leaders Interview: Ian Maxwell, BT Imaging

2014-06-13

Solar Leaders Interview: Ian Maxwell, BT Imaging Read more...

Solar Leaders Interview: Sherry Shi, Powerway (part 2 of 2)

2014-06-13

Solar Leaders Interview: Sherry Shi, Powerway (part 2 of 2) Read more...

Solar Leaders Interview: Sherry Shi, Powerway (part 1 of 2)

2014-06-13

Solar Leaders Interview: Sherry Shi, Powerway (part 1 of 2) Read more...

Solar Leaders Interview: Dennis She, ET Solar

2014-06-13

Solar Leaders Interview: Dennis She, ET Solar Read more...

Solar Leaders Interview: Andreas Liebheit, Heraeus

2014-06-13

Solar Leaders Interview: Andreas Liebheit, Heraeus Read more...

PV Tech Newscast 22 April 2014

2014-04-23

This week the IPCC proclaims solar as the most feasible climate change mitigation technology, Ernest Moniz creates a boost for US commercial-scale solar, IHS declaim the need for module panic buying in the run-up to the anti-dumping announcements, and Chaori Solar shut down their Shanghai plant. Read more...

PV Tech Newscast 15 April 2014

2014-04-16

The top stories featured in this week's global pv news round up: John Kerry sides with IPCC's new report, saying current green technologies are enough to counter severe climate change. Plus Trina Solar takes a hit on Q1 sales and Japan delays upgrades to its renewable energy targets. Read more...

PV Tech Newscast 8 April 2014

2014-04-09

This week's video round up of major global pv news includes: Shunfeng finalise the Suntech deal, SunEdison pulls out of a project in India, Hanergy build a 400mw pv plant in Ghana, and the UK government launch a solar pv strategy. Read more...

PV Tech Newscast 1st April 2014

2014-04-08

In this edition of your weekly pv news round up, we investigate several reports, including one from Navigant which puts solar's approval rating in the US at almost 80%. Also, Spain, Germany and Italy hit grid parity, solar will overtake wind in the global renewable energy stakes over the next seven years, and the minimum import price on modules coming into the EU are set to drop from 56 to 53 eurocents. Read more...

PV Tech Newscast 18 March 2014

2014-03-26

In this week's whirlwind tour of global PV news, we feature an exclusive interview with Suntech's new CEO Eric Luo, we take a detailed look at market opportunities in Saudi Arabia and the uncertain power future of Ukraine, and we take a look at a new silver paste consumption-lowering technology from GT Advanced Technologies. Read more...

PV Tech Newscast 11 March 2014

2014-03-26

This week EPIA reveals their installation figures for 2013, The Philippines begin to bounce back after typhoon Haiyan, Chaori Solar become the first Chinese company to default on domestic bond repayments, and we take a look at the state of play one year on from the EU's anti-dumping legislation. Read more...

PV Tech Newscast 25 February 2014

2014-03-12

This week's newscast features an investigation of energy storage solutions, which Navigant predict will be worth $2.5 billion by 2023. Also featured are SunEdison, Solarworld and REC Solar, whose fortunes seem to be on the rise, and a new report from NPD Solarbuzz detailing the future of the global large-scale PV market. Read more...

PV Tech Newscast 18 February 2014

2014-02-19

This week we round up developments in the US / China / Taiwan solar trade dispute, and explore market ramifications for Taiwanese manufacturers. Plus Applied Materials lower spending, Solar Frontier post profits for the first time, and the mining industry buy into renewables. With reports from EnergyTrend and Navigant. Read more...

PV Tech Newscast 11 February 2014

2014-02-12

This week we discuss the collaboration between SunEdison and the Saudi Arabian government, India's monthly solar entrepreneurship programme, and SolarWorld's impairment charge on restructured polysilicon contracts. Also we look at new claims by executives at AS Solar that the new renewables surcharge imposed by the German government spells the death knell of mainstream pv in the country, and we look at Richard Branson's Necker Island, which is line for a renewables mini-grid as part of a Caribbean-wide intiative. Read more...

PV Tech Newscast 28 January 2014

2014-02-11

This week, IRENA predicts there will be 16.7 million jobs in the renewable sector by 2030. The US International Trade Commission agree to SolarWorld's investigation request, Germany create a charge on self-sourced power, and while Martifer Solar USA file for bankruptcy, Hanergy begin work on a 3GW CIGS thin-film plant. Read more...

PV Tech Newscast 4 February 2014

2014-02-10

This week's whirlwind tour of global PV news stops in China, where installation forecasts for the year become even more bullish; Germany, where installations seem to have slowed; we discuss a new solar plant being developed in disaster-stricken Fukushima; and South Africa tops IHS' report on the most attractive emerging markets for PV. Read more...